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Kimi Raikkonen told he should've been more like Lewis Hamilton

Former McLaren employee Marc Priestley believes 2007 F1 World Champion Kimi Raikkonen could've won more Drivers' Championships had he 'applied himself' like Sir Lewis Hamilton, with the Finn having been far from 'complete'. Whilst driving for Ferrari, Raikkonen famously won the 2007 title at the season finale hosted in Brazil, where he beat Hamilton and Fernando Alonso to the title, in what was an unbelievable climax. Raikkonen incredibly won the title by just one point, with Hamilton and Alonso having finished on joint second. This was by far the peak of his F1 career, with the ‘Iceman' having never reached the same level again. By the time he retired at the end of last season, he'd...
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